World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket will be held on November 3-5, 2023 at Chandigarh, India.
focus is to provide a Forum of Continuous Professional Development, whose aim is to thrust for progress in imparting knowledge and exposure, for professionals, in the ﬁeld of Sports medicine, Sports sciences, Orthopaedic surgery, Biomechanics, Physiotherapy etc, with inputs from the masters of the profession.
The Scientiﬁc Committee has carefully planned the content to make it an enriching experience for all the personnel attached with cricket. We have assembled an outstanding panel of invited faculty and experts, from all over the world with representation from all major Cricket playing countries. The agenda also includes symposia, panel discussions and keynote sessions by renowned faculties. To keep the audience involvement to the maximum, there will also be e-poster sessions, free papers, and informal interactive round table meet with experts.
Proposed Program at Glance
- Nutrition and cricket. What should a Cricketer eat?
- Evolution of protective gear Helmet failures etc
- Problems in wicketkeeping
- Symposium on Stress in Cricket
- Insights from Women’s cricket.
- Batting symposium / Bat backlift evaluation
- Bowling symposium / Evaluation of Spin bowling
- Orthobiologics in Cricket
- Umpire workshops
- Psychology for coaches
- Cricket in the tropics. How do we prepare?
- Individualized hydration protocols. Do these enhance performance?
- Lumbar stress fractures. What imaging is best and when should we do it?
- Antidoping protocols. What coaches and players should know
- Spin bowling evaluation by computer
- Cardiac screening programs
- Technology in cricket. Smart watches for bowlers, Gr8 app?
- Machine learning of batting movement
Data Evaluation & Presentation
- Injury epidemiology in Cricket
- Injury surveillance at the Ranji trophy/ Indian domestic cricket
- Where we are and where we should be Medical issues in Cricket.
- Has T20 made a difference ?
- The cricketers shoulder
- Eye injuries in Cricket
- Hand injury profile